Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: News > MB News
El-Ketatny Declines any Connection with Foreign States
El-Ketatny Declines any Connection with Foreign States
The head of the Muslim Brotherhood Bloc in the parliament, Muhammad el-Ketatny, denied what the American News Times said about an exiting dialogue between the MB’s Bloc and a Congress representative or the American Administration. He proclaimed that the bloc did not have connection with any side. Nevertheless, he s
Thursday, December 15,2005 00:00
by By Abdul Moaz Muhammad

El-Ketatny Declines any Connection with Foreign States
 
The head of the Muslim Brotherhood Bloc in the parliament, Muhammad el-Ketatny, denied what the American News Times said about an exiting dialogue between the MB’s Bloc and a Congress representative or the American Administration. He proclaimed that the bloc did not have connection with any side.
 
Nevertheless, he said that the bloc does not reject the so-called popular diplomacy; to have communication with the Congress representatives, for example.
 
On the other hand, the Muslim Brotherhood does refuse having communication with the American Administration, with the E.U., or with any other foreign sides away from the diplomatic channels, i.e. the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affaire or the Egyptian government.  

tags: MB in parliament / MB foreign policy / politics / congress / Al-katatny
Posted in MB News  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
American Islamic Congress Hosts Capitol Hill Forum on Democracy and the Future of HR in Egypt
“Anti-Islam Congress” in Cologne: European Parties Fail to Feed Resentment against Islam
US Congressman blames Egypt for enabling Hamas to tighten Gaza stronghold
Egypt’s Brothers open to dialogue with US Congress(Reuters)
El-Ketatny: We Seek to Introduce an Amendment to the Constitutional Article 76
MB Bloc Nominates Katatni For PA Speaker Post
MB Bloc: Constitutional Amendments Serve Only Rulling Party
MB Bloc: Muslim Brotherhood Party for All Egyptians
Report to Congress “Supporting Human Rights and Democracy: The U.S. Record – 2006”
Katatny Criticizes US Foreign Policy To Congressional Delegation
MB House Bloc: OK to Visiting US Congress
Cairo: MB And US Embassy Deny Dialogue
Katatny Defends Meeting With US Congressmen
Mursi Denies Calling MB Delegation To Visit Congress